Search for dinosaurs continues

Kent Hups, a high school teacher from Westminter, shows an appoximately 100-pound rock that he thinks contains the skull of an armadillo-like ankylosaur dinosaur. Scientists at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will try to verify the find.



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Kent Hups, a high school teacher from Westminter, shows an appoximately 100-pound rock that he thinks contains the skull of an armadillo-like ankylosaur dinosaur. Scientists at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will try to verify the find.

If researcher Kent Hups’ hunch is correct, his latest scientific find could be the first of its kind in the world. Hups, a high school teacher in Westminster, has become well-known in…




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